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Noted Restaurateur Buddy Foy Jr. Ditches New York for the Perks of Florida
"About the challenges that you're facing right now. Let's go back to the small. The the entrepreneur like you i mean you and i share a similar path. In terms of this we go back and forth between florida and new york. New york taxes chased me out. I mean they crushed me. And i thought i'm not doing this anymore. I love florida living. So i'm blessed to be able to to sort of live in both places. Most of the time in florida part time in new york. I know you had that similar journey. Let's talk about that path that you took a little bit like i did. The path is a little faster than i thought it would be. Cova expediate are florida. My wife and i we. We had an internet business in new jersey service in the fashion industry. Plus clients three hundred employees eccentric such a board meetings and eventually exited. That business ended up in lake. George boat-landing on lake. George start at the restaurant and frankly we wanted the ski. Snowmobile have some fun and as our kids started getting into the college age we said. Hey why don't we start doing part time in florida part time in florida. Which was my parents. Did the same thing they own a restaurant cates tiny garden right up the street from my restaurant new york and we like we kind of envy. My parents lifestyle where they spent three or four months a year in florida so cove cova we end up there for a couple months on the announced our plans and we fell in love with it and next thing you now we got shut down here in new york. So the governor of new york forced our hand where we were really nervous about our future restaurant owners and people who love employing people like we love giving jobs and when the santa's had a a press conference hey every jobs essential through. That's all i needed to hear. That's all and every detail of obsessive book. I think he will do the tv rate at me. You can open a restaurant in florida so we reached out to the community members. My brother happens to live in sarasota. He got involved in next. You know he was a partner with us at the at the anna maria island location. We found it we partners and in sixty days we had a business now if a business
U.S. Hits 70 Percent Vaccination Goal, Four Weeks Late
"Percent. That's the chunk of american adults that are now at least partially vaccinated against cove in nineteen. The milestone comes about a month later then president. Joe biden's fourth of july goal but as white house corona virus coordinator. jeff. Zion said monday. There's been a recent increase in vaccinations with these ongoing efforts. There's a strong sense of progress and you see it in the number of shots were getting into people's arms each day over the past few weeks we've seen a nearly seventy percent increase in the average number of new people getting vaccinated each and every day in the last seven days alone. Three million americans have gotten their first shot. That's the highest seven day total since july fourth. And just today we hit seventy percent of adults with at least one shot including ninety percent of seniors with at least one shot these are significant milestones in our fight against the virus. And it's very important to note in the states with the highest cates rates daily vaccination rates have more than doubled. The eight states with the highest current case rates have seen an average increase of one hundred seventy one percent in the number of
Camilla Lowther on Building a Career as a Fashion Creative
"Talking to camilla. Lousa who i call the godmother of the future because she is engaged in so many levels in the lives and careers of people who will probably term and how we view fashion in the coming years. She's always been able to do that as well. She's always had a finger on the pulse. So camilla welcome lovely to see you. Thank you very much tim. Lovely to see. Because i haven't seen you for a very long very long time. But you have been very busy in this lockdown period. There's a few things we have to talk about today. I guess we should stop with your new agency which is called fire. Bearing in mind that you'll old agency c. l. m. manage the careers of of people at yoga and tell and tim walker and katie grand and and people that we know extremely well. Can you tell us exactly what fire is because it is. It feels to me like. It's the new version of salem identing far as the new version of salem actually it it is seattle eminent stands on its own his doing really well on a through a neck which on delighted for but i really was born out of covid. I actually hadn't got when i left salem. It was planned to start another agency tool in any way shape before. And i have been very happy done during lockdown dunk cocktails with camello with katie and love magazine. And that was an really enjoyed doing that. I really hadn't gotten any great plan to do anything. Because i have this year off. And then at the end of last year on wayne and cates who basically a mike founder said to me. Would you like to start another agency. And i said. I would be really interested to doing that as long as i didn't have to completely on it. And so i've we brought shallan Rule larry it. If i was going to be really honest it feels like it's going back to when i first started in nineteen eighty ninety four. You know it's very small. It's very it's not but it smooth you know it's it's baby steps and it really. I suppose is looking off the the new generation the young though the new
"cates" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"All of these are really beneficial for this one. One of the reasons in particular. Why like white alaskan salmon is it contains an antioxidant called zanthosyn and asked zanthosyn his opponent. Any oxygen actually helps protect the skin from the inside out so the yeah you know you think about a wild caught salmon. So salmon actually swim upstream against the rapids. Then they jumped twenty feet out of the waters. They credible bio contrel energy production and xanthi is is were. you know. That's the ingredient in there. That along with the omega threes zanthoens really hoping buffer all the oxidative stress to produce all that energy for them to be able to have that kind of strength so pretty incredible stuff. I have when i feel like my skin is a little bit dry. A rough. I love are craving cucumbers. Radishes like cucumbers with like lemon juice or apple cider. Vinegar and then. I'll put some like italian herbs on it Actually onions i notice did a great job like i just feel. My skin just feels so much better when i ans Radishes right. i think it's the sulfur compounds. I've noticed i just feel a lot better When when i'm doing that. So those are my favorite salaries and other good one so all really good. The whole cruciferous vegetable family on. Yes really great the broccoli cauliflower that whole Group of of vegetables relieving official for the skin is wa l. But i mean you know. I think one of the things that people forget about is eating a variety of produce because in times were quick to eat the same foods over and over again and what we know about the gut. Microbiome is that it actually flourishes as better if we eat a variety of different types of produce and so and then also getting in if you know like some. Kim cheers are crowd. Those types of of fermented vegetables can be also beneficial. Yeah absolutely let's talk about like a day in the life for you. What are you typically. Doing let's talk about you know from the time you wake up like nutrition your normal strategies things that you're giving. I know all our listeners would love to hear that absolutely so in the morning You know you've got Entire night with usually with a very minimal drink of water. Or if any and so i do like to have a nice glass of water when i get up. I also make a smoothie One of my protein shakes that we make at the spot doctor. And then i just put lettuce and usually a little bit of frozen fruit and either a glass of water or aby. my favorite. these days is macadamia nut mill so yummy and creamy the unsweetened kind of course Course i do my skin care routine. It's four steps. Cleanser sierra moisturizer oil blend do that every day. And i always like to take some time. Take some time veto of some point today..
Clean Skin From Within With Dr. Trevor Cates
"Cates. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you. It's great to be here absolutely an. let's let's talk about. I mean he wrote this great book clean skin from within in that book. You talk about how. The skin is really a magic mirror for overall health. So can you talk about well. Our skin is our largest. It's right on the surface of our bodies so it's actually great honor reflection of our overall health and i know oftentimes with skin issues. People are quick to grab a topical cream to suppress a symptom or for women to wear makeup to cover up any kind of blemishes. But i want to encourage people to use your skin as a tool to hope with your overall health because skin at issues that actually show up you know on your on the surface as a warning early warning sign off type score for various hope issues and so it's a great way to check in with your body and also with your lifestyle choices. I totally agree. You know you can really see it going on. And what are some of the key. Underlying factors behind imperfect skin. I found that there are six root causes behind skin issues. And as i say these you'll probably okay. This is related to skin and are things like inflammation nutritional deficiencies microbiome disturbance. Oxidative damage hormonal imbalances. Blood sugar issues. So a lot of these warning sign show up on the skin. Like for example. One of the first signs of low thyroid function is dry skin now. Of course the comes with a lot of other symptoms but it can be one of the early signs or Condition called care to us as pilar bums on the backs of the show backs of people's arms while there's oftentimes a nutritional deficiency so these are just a couple of examples of of ways. The skin gives us these early signs.
"cates" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"So dr cates. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you. It's great to be here absolutely an. let's let's talk about. I mean he wrote this great book clean skin from within in that book. You talk about how. The skin is really a magic mirror for overall health. So can you talk about well. Our skin is our largest. It's right on the surface of our bodies so it's actually great honor reflection of our overall health and i know oftentimes with skin issues. People are quick to grab a topical cream to suppress a symptom or for women to wear makeup to cover up any kind of blemishes. But i want to encourage people to use your skin as a tool to hope with your overall health because skin at issues that actually show up you know on your on the surface as a warning early warning sign off type score for various hope issues and so it's a great way to check in with your body and also with your lifestyle choices. I totally agree. You know you can really see it going on. And what are some of the key. Underlying factors behind imperfect skin. I found that there are six root causes behind skin issues. And as i say these you'll probably okay. This is related to skin and are things like inflammation nutritional deficiencies microbiome disturbance. Oxidative damage hormonal imbalances. Blood sugar issues. So a lot of these warning sign show up on the skin. Like for example. One of the first signs of low thyroid function is dry skin now. Of course the comes with a lot of other symptoms but it can be one of the early signs or Condition called care to us as pilar bums on the backs of the show backs of people's arms while there's oftentimes a nutritional deficiency so these are just a couple of examples of of ways. The skin gives us these early signs.
President Biden will unveil his $2 trillion infrastructure plan today
"Biden unveils his big infrastructure spending plan today, and Cates has a preview from our Bloomberg 99 1 newsroom in Washington. The White House says the proposal will be the most sweeping since investments in the 19 sixties space program and the interstate highway system in the 19 fifties. The president during his speech in Pittsburgh, will outline the four part eight year program, which provides $620 billion for transportation. Also allocates $650 billion for initiatives tied it improving quality of life, including clean water and high speed broadband $580 billion will go towards strengthening American manufacturing and $400 billion will be earmarked for improved care for the elderly and people with disabilities. In Washington and Cates Bloomberg Daybreak. All right,
Court lets woman's defamation suit vs. Trump proceed again
"Donald Trump could face questioning under oath about a former apprentice content contestants Sexual Alec assault allegation against him after a ruling from New York's highest court in her defamation case. Evidence gathering has been on hold in summer Zervos his lawsuit since Trump after the high court last year to declare that the presidency protected him from being sued in state court. Court of Appeals tossed Trump's appeal Now as moot since he's out of office in the White House. Cates is set to return to trial so both sides can continue pretrial evidence seeking
Kate Middleton Doesn't Want Harry & Meghan Around Her Kids Anymore
"Kate middleton no longer ones harry or meghan around her children any more. Cicadas fiercely extremely protective of her. Three children prince. George who's now seven princess charlotte. She's adorable she's five and little prince. He's just too but following the light of the big bombshell interview with oprah. Caters decided to cut off access to her children from family members that she does not trust that make sense sources. Tell me the following quote what everybody is focusing on meghan. Throw in kate under the buzz during that. Tell all interview which you sort of did remember. She said there was rumors that she may cry but it was actually kate that made negative cry. Well dance story. Didn't bother cape but what did is that. That story originated with princess charlotte and whether or not charlotte would wear tights to the wedding. It's such a silly story but it did involve her daughter. Kate wanted her daughter charlotte to wear tights. Which is royal protocol meghan. Didn't want the children entites because it was a hot day. But you know what children are like especially young children little girls. They pull up their skirts. They run around if she done a cart wheel. We don't want princess flashing her underwear. So i understand what kate is say. And then you know what even if cates wrong. It doesn't matter. She's the mom. So i think you always go with the mom here. Cicadas really upset. The princess charlotte was dragged into this moving forward. She's decided that the kids are off limits. She doesn't want meghan and harry around the kids anymore. She doesn't want them. Telling stories to the press to gail oprah about her children and so she has cut them
Interview with Tuvia Tenenbom
"He's my absolute pleasure to welcome back to johnny gould's jewish state to via tenenbaum. Absolute pleasure to be with you again. You know you are a true free speech. Doyenne and for this particular podcast. I think it's the first thing verson ground rules as you can smoke. That's the first thing eight you're wanting to billion and the second thing is you truly opened my eyes to my own. I think tolerance of jew hate when we first met two years ago thinking because before that time you know. I've been conditioned i think in growing up in the uk in school where they're only three jewish kids to tolerate the what they call politely banter works erm you would call anti semitism and it did overstretched itself from time to time and i think that is a sort of shall we say looking for a better word but would have jimmy cued. I think from a lot of british people. And i think that's what you sean likes this book. Which is finally out in english. That's why it's called the tame taming of the ju. it's not just a take on shakespeare. It's the taming of the jewel. I mean giuseppe. Funding indicated biden. Own amazing to me edo deny or tolerate and sometimes joined together. Fox's would there accuse us we'd the hate us. That was shocking. I mean the fell. Shocking was citizen. This admit is imminent burden. I didn't expect it. I went to britain. Because i'm a tinto naomi's love english data. I said okay. My published opportunity mean sister. Go anywhere you want whatever you would like to go is i like to go to britain. I like to go. i like to see did out. I mean zane ought to do it better than anybody else. That's what i remember. And then the was black seed said. Okay i'll see you two belting stone which one stone i didn't expect anti-semitism and i didn't expect such a contaminating such a contagious. Such deepen. they semitism so deeply rooted. You know it on an island katelyn or in england which is the most important of course a bit of the uk but it was a frightening to sit and what is more fighting. Wants to see the basically. I'll kind of collaborating. Sometimes they had to fight jewish lead. Doesn't seem like law. Your people told me this and that your people told me i interviewed. People not told me are available. The life is a horrible thing so this is the common people and it took time. Tim's admitted but one that gate open has had them open and started talking. Honestly say to me you know. How many times have been told delta jew oh you know let us all kinds of dips and it's like amazing much so and little kits in manchester of hasidic. The auto talks kits in manchester and london will have had acts pelted them only storm so whatever it is i mean is a big addictiveness and we talked to jewish leaders saying even when the time used to say anything against wirelessly well owning two positions if to say one wowed against jimmy coleman only now's opt in the position you know as it became hewison you wayne saying that a one is easy allies. That are not going to be selected you know in a volume label for example district. Tina zero willing to say it was piping to see that one of the most disturbing rates. I think of british antisemitism and this might go around the world as well is. There is a sort of dog whistle so that someone can maintain that they're not anti semitic so someone who is an influence on me. Extreme left and concise something assiduously continuously hard left without. Referencing jews but then. His followers commend dog whistle a really serious anti semitic sort of betrayal of what they think themselves. I'm using an example of a very powerful voice. Which is john bishop. Who has who has three and a half million followers. He prostrate himself in front of ken loach on twitter. He said all this great interpreted it was as though he transferred the word. A jeremy corbyn for ken loach. I would kneel before him. And then if i couldn't anymore i prostrate myself in front of him which set off a huge torrent of jew hate and of course he a month ago on holocaust memorial day. Couldn't believe the terrible tragedies and then this is where the problems lie and that's an eye opener i think for british choosier surprising the anti-semites i mean disgust for britain and coastal are the places. You know that they took very nicely. Buddy dead jews in world war cho- you knows such nice people bubble and so bad and let's give some money to memorize them and and an make any fence you know maybe even endows of comments may be whatever it is making events you know in in a beautiful place to memorize their juice by the juice living was you know i mean it's like at all let's let you know what's album changes on the plane and of course the cord is a polish time. The code is is the stinian am am by itself. You know if you kill by the palestinians you know it doesn't mean that you don't like jews you know if you're critical officially doesn't mean that you're antisemites if you are cup only fizzle and if the only people who care about our justice palestinians because you killed by nobody else. Don't get about. Muslims in china while being tortured by million. Your don't care about syria. Don't care about libya you don't care about lebanon. You don't care about you. Don't even know what happens in yemen. Of course you never heralded by the war in chechnya and and distorted opening their head about anything. Only but it's going to stadiums you know is that there's a problem and they interesting thing when when i went into states and talk to the people and i tied to figure out. Why only this issue bottles you know. Other they show from people is back know underneath it. The other side was fight. Independence genius he. So did choose members alleys jews and a hall of people or some people would say something like you know what you will high. I don't know why feedbacks why feel about palestinians and i don't feel about anybody else. I have to think about it not over the palestinians up. You know it's like when. I wanted to start with like anyone to my my wife. Easy as you mentioned and i went to take a towards kamla sound everything and i'm gone to straight on that and i pick up young people young white folks as they call them. You know students. And i say i. My name is ahmed. And i'm from palestine. Would you like to appointing the individual cumberland. I say to say some wards full touma. Addison sister palestines and yet when you see slice cates looked like he must santana even studious and everything or well drafts. And the person free pop stein. And then he apologizes up. Tradit- day. Yes not yet picked up to join the battle. I'm just like you away. Think i'm posting. Think whether you might want to. Nobody looks like from his teens. You don't even have. Some people do not know the distance. When i asked him to stupid question between lemon palestine.
Black Britain defends Megan Markle
"It was an intense day in the immediate. In great britain on piers morgan's show good day. Great britain he and the weatherman. Alex bears for got into a heated argument over the oprah. Winfrey megan markle interview. You know piers. Morgan has an intense dislike for megan. Markle and alex challenged him on it. I wanted to institutions as the only person of color and experience kover an over racism on so many occasions. And why the mega intervene really resonates with me is because an x. Work colleague none of this. Show me if. I was worried about the shade of cocoa that my son was going to come out right so fully. Understand the hurt. That is behind all of that right. Let me is when you mix race what you find in my personal experience and there may be other people that may come forward and say this is that when you are shade of black people gain confidence and feel that they can say things to you that they wouldn't say to a black person. That's such an interesting point. That is my experience of all of this. And by the way i completely respect right and that's why i wanted to get you on the program today because my suggestion to have you talk about this. I thank you so much for having me on the program. I really appreciate it. But i just want you. Also to be aware of the power of your words. And i'm not saying that you're racist but why why do i honestly feel i feel is though because of your previous relationship with making michael. You have a relationship with her. You knew her rightly jokes about it on the show. Thank visit all that. I'm allowed to speak to all. That was informed me that she's a bit of a cut and run right right through headline and all her family. Her father her ex husband her ex frame. They've all been cut out of her life and it's an interesting observation. I happen to be interesting. I believe phil. Can i face. You can have this conference to to right. Can we talk about the program when he met. So what. I think of meghan markle doesn't matter whether i believe or not what matters is the damage that she is accused of doing to the royal family. And let me ask you on the issue of race. She is now the whole of america and the worst of the war frankly looking upon the palace the monarchy the queen everyone in the family as a bunch of races and it all comes down to two things that she said in the interview. One is something she didn't here. But harry reported back to her. The senior member of the royal family. The queen will prince so presumably as are the charles. Has it a guess has made a comment to harry about what color skin his baby may be. This is the time where we are challenging. Old systems all structures. I believe meghan when she says an prince harry when they talk about institutional racism. Because i've experienced it right now. You're listening to a tape jewish. She's a black journalist director and producer. In great britain. I have been the only black women black voice in a room full of paolo which doesn't look like me. I what vote house to get into the room to get into the building. I had an interview with the head of hr i with oft because you have such a great education. Do you feel more white. I have been told by my headmistress up my privileged expensive private school. don't bother to apply for oxford. They don't want your kind. You know what i mean. I've had all three my life so when she felt this is happening. I believe because. I admitted he's some of the people on the street. In great britain are saying about the meghan. Markle oprah winfrey interview to be fair as a black woman. She didn't get it very easy within the royal family and the newspapers when exactly friendly about it either. So for example. When kate was pregnant. It was all cates cradling. Her baby bump sola lovely and then when it was mega mega. Stop touching her belly do you. She got a lot of negative press over here. So i can see why they decided to out himself from the royal family because it's just not worth the hassle is it. Megan has been amazing. She has done so much for women. Megan harry that all about social justice and you can see that in the way that they've always come out. I think in terms of being royal. I think they want to create their own worlds and make their own money. I don't think they want to rely on the tax payer news
Kate Erickson on Creating a Content Production Plan
"Cates. Say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with well. Fire nation so excited to be on the mic with you today. John thanks for inviting me on the show super happy to be here and one thing that i believe about being successful that i think a lot of people would probably disagree with is the fact that you do not have to even have like ever experienced anything entrepreneurial in your life up until the point that you decide to commit to becoming a successful entrepreneur. I don't think you have to have that experience or like have grown up working. Lemonade stands or any of that stuff. That i typically hear from entrepreneurs was their childhood. Unlike many never did any of that stuff. That's you and me both. By the way. I was in fact what i consider quite a lazy as a child growing up i was like as long as i have twenty bucks in my pocket. That's all i need. A dollar more will be a waste of my time and energy. So let's go to the movies or south things so with you on that. Not born in entrepreneur but it is possible for anybody who wants it and fire nation. Speaking of wanting it's part of wanting it's going to be creating a content production plan because that's going to be part of succeeding in that want. And of course. I am brought. I have brought the engine of entrepreneurs on fire to rock the mic on this topic. We're gonna be getting into her. Insanely awesome seven step content production plan. But before we do. Let's give people a little context because you went from account executive at an advertising and marketing agency to being the engine on fire. So let's just chat about those first few months in the business and what. It was like finding your way as an entrepreneur. Yeah i mean. Does it super on topic. I guess with my belief that you know. I don't really know a ton about entrepreneurship. When i left my job and joined you on team and so those first few months were like drinking from a fire hose. My eyes were popping out of my head. Half the time there so much terminology and things that i was learning that i just. I didn't even know that they existed. So those first few months were a little. I guess i would say maybe a little overwhelming just from the respect of i wanted to be quote unquote caught up so fast and like so badly to wear like i just wanted to understand everything so really had to take a step back and kind of coach myself through which john you helped him with many times. It's like i wanted to be at step one hundred but i needed to be okay with the fact that i was at step one and Taking a step back and appreciating like the little steps in the little lessons that i was learning knowing that those would all add up and bring me to step one hundred eventually. That was really key in helping me at one. Enjoy the journey and two. I just feel like. I was able to absorb things a lot better. I feel like it served me really well to take the time to learn those things even though as anxious and wanted to skip ahead But to really take the time to learn those things. Because then when i did get to step fifty i mean very few times. Do i feel. I've had to like reverse engineer my myself like back to a lesson that i quote unquote skipped. Because i really didn't get much took the time to learn the things to you know. Make myself better and learn how to be a great entrepreneur.
China legislature to deliberate Hong Kong electoral changes
"Moves to curb the Hong Kong oppositions role in local elections, and Cates has news from the Bloomberg News Room and that is, lawmakers will be looking at a draft decision on overhauling Hong Kong's electoral system. National People's Congress will review a resolution on what a statement says it's for improving Hongkong's electoral system in the coming days, and the Hong Kong legislature will be expanded from 70 to 90 seats.
Changing Your Look After Coming Out
"Had heard from a listener. Who had come out in her thirties and was kind of wondering how she should change her style. Yes and also kind of dealing with friends feedback in changing of her style and we received such an amazing advice and thoughts from other listeners. That we wanted to share. We really did so. Here's our first email that were sharing today. I just finished mini episode one seventy eight and as a queer teenager. I felt that. I could provide some input here for the listener about their gay style. This year as come out as pan sexual unexplored my own style more. This is something i think about a lot. Recently i've changed so much of my wardrobe and found new things that make me comfortable in my look and my sexuality. What i've learned is that there are so many ways to be gay. You can really take any style and tweak it to express your identity and it doesn't have to be blatant for example. I've always had a darker edgier look and i've started wearing flannels with my goth. Clothes and makeup beans are also a nice touch that make everything a little bit gayer but not to gay also little rainbows are such an amazing and cute way to show your pride if none of these stereotypically gay items of clothing fit your taste. I have many friends who just like to dress and the colors that they feel express them instead of focusing on the items of clothing themselves. There's really no correct way to be queer and you can really and you really can make any item of clothing as as you want. True allies will support you no matter what you wear and no one should ever be pressured to dress in a way that they are uncomfortable with. Hopefully some of these suggestions help. Ps as a gen z. Are i must admit that. Cates use of the word ziesel her makes me cringe but of course i always appreciate the words. You guys make up as for trends. I think there's so much more acceptance of individuality in today's teens at the ones i know so whatever is considered popular online is really only. What a specific specific group of people are wearing regular life though. The controversy is always interesting and often hilarious to see Thank you teen listener. I loved us soak we. This was so such a great email to receive. I'm so honored. That teens are listening to this podcast. Oh the teens are so great. I think the teens are really great. Which terrifies me. Because i've always thought the teens were bad. Especially when i was a teen but i kinda think. Today's teens are awesome. Yeah i know it's really interesting. Yeah all right. You want to share this email diary. I would love to hike kantor. I wanted to write in response to the listener searching for her style. Post coming out coming out in my late twenty s i was so torn between looking to gay or two straight wanting to feel like my full self but also not wanting to seem like the stereotype who comes out and changes everything. It was helpful for me to consider. What stereotypically feminine elements of my style. Had i embraced. Because i truly like them. For example always having my nails done and other things had. I rejected. Because i was worried. Someone could suspect. I wasn't straight noticing what i had an impulse to like but held back from was usually an alert to that internalized homophobia rearing. Its head and usually was silly. I not buying fund metallic birkenstocks or not wanting to follow brandi carlile on instagram. I'm sorry to laugh. I'm laughing. Because i love brandi carlile and i. I love italian stocks. I did not realize that. Brandi carlile was Something that would lead someone to suspect that you weren't straight okay. So just like how. I tell the diet culture voice to get lost. So do i. Now try to tell the hetero normative voice in my head to shut up. Let me live when i find myself holding back from buying doing wearing listening liking something a helpful. A help fought narrative. Reframe for me. Was that many queer people have common interests were style just like many californians or new englanders or chefs have common interests or style. And none of those people aren't buying or wearing or doing something because it's to california or new england or sheffi so like what you like and if it gives people a clue that you're not straight so what it's not a secret and now you have a life more filled with things that feel good and bring you joy to boot as for the listeners. Friends my favorite way to kill those comments is a deadpan. That's weird or rude thing to say not creative that universally applicable
Los Angeles' New Coronavirus Vaccine Site Opens Amid Dosage Deficit
"West, the nation's first federally run mass vaccination site has opened up in East L. A FEMA putting together about 100 sites like this all over the country. ABC is Alex Stone, checked it out. Active duty military from Fort Carson in Colorado are here, giving the shots in their camouflage uniforms. Sergeant first class Ryan Cates, the U. S military has A lot of medical professionals. The goal here is 6000 doses given every day or 42,000 every week of this one site. This is being called a game changer in the future of giving vaccine with the power of FEMA behind it. Like Stone ABC News in East L. A. Now
How to Find the Right Guests For Live Streams with Marco Novo
"So we said you know hey. This episode is going to be about finding the right guest for livestreams. I know on episode fifteen. We talked about how to find guest. And here's the. It's not hard to find guests. Jim and i talk about this all the time. What's the key thing jim that we just have to have people do. What do they need to do. Ask exactly absolutely so ask. And chances are you will receive chances. You know maybe if you want a big guest you know maybe it may take a number of tries but don't be afraid to ask now in terms of finding the right guest market wise important to find the right guest for your show. Well i see. I i see three main reasons first of all. Well it's not. It's not my by order randomly. Once they they bring a new ideas new perspective new knowledge to your audience which is good also. Okay the other thing they bring you knowledge. It's also important to to you. Because i learned a lot. Some people say you have a kind of a master degree just because you bring so good guests and also it is very important to give you all used to talk about a authority transmission because if you have important people well-known people recognized people on your show. They will give you some of their authority also and eat good. I can add an extra advantage which is audience because of them will bring their audience to you. So it's good because you will get known by other people that usually couldn't see you so each it's also of course to to you. Yeah that that's really desert. Some great points and i think We don't always think about that fact right and we've talked about that in other episodes as well as you know if you've got a good guest and they bring their audience that's like the in a sense. The perfect storm because a lot of times. That's really how you're going to grow is by bringing other people in you know as opposed to just trying to grow it yourself Which really kind of leads to the next question Does it seem like they're times when the type of guest doesn't matter for me it all his matter. It's it's very important. It's very important. And i think by setting these a brace. It's it's kind of the answer you need to weed is important to search for our guest. Okay and i will add some points. That's the main important is is he or she an authority in his field. Because one thing is when you know a lot about a topic it's good to bring someone who but if you want to to get some authority from from your guests and audience. It's not enough that he knows or she knows a lot of the topic. It's also important that he or she is recognized as someone with authority old. Who he's he's bringing this or that they are good. Okay cates good okay. Because sometimes they are and you know by these days these Social media saying it's it's nobody knows you. You're nobody's kind of the thing that is important. It is also important. And i used to talk about these. See your way to success like crossing a river you know which you will find big rocks and not so big rocks as sometimes the the big rocks are a little bit away far from you but you have in the middle small rocks which are good guests debt. You can find that they are not the big rock. If you know what i mean but in the between you have people were not the top of the field but they are well known they are recognized and they can they can lead you to the next on the bigger one you know so. It's also important something. I i like to advise. People look for a guest which can connect you to another good guest or a bigger one. Because it's important. It's we should be intentional. You know we should be good girls girls and boys but we should also be intention and not. Just bring someone because by the sake of bringing someone you know because forty says you want to bring a seth yougov into your show. Look for people. Who already had seth gordon in their show so you can be connected to them and then one eight forty says if that people had a good time with you can lead you to seth gov.
E-Ternal: New Technology and the Quest to 'Live' Forever
"While medical equipment is scattered around the house and a nurses always present lucienne cates. Home is far from depressing their close mother daughter team they tease each other and joke and mali's always providing comfort. She tends to sit on lucy's lap or bed begging for pets or scratches people baio digital legacy moment bloke. Who's going after. Kate isn't as tech savvy as her daughter and while she has an iphone and watches net flicks. She worries about managing the tech. Lucy plans to leave behind. We sat in the kitchen together sipping tea and eating doughnuts while she showed me all the photos of lucy and the rest of the family. That's cave five now teeth. Yes she was so well she still photos are what most people think about the memories that they're going to have who passes what about all of this digital like see stuff for you you're going to have this whole other body of things that lucy's written online and videos maybe it will make it easy might be one released now. Maybe in tom a will be able to look back and think. Oh no she did do a thing. It went replace kate. Skepticism made me realize that considering what those who survive us want is court all this. I also had hunch that there were some tech options out there. That might work better for her than she might think. I'd like to now. Go talk to a couple of other companies and see what they're making and see if you would be on board with either trying them or seeing if they'd work for you must be great even if i don't use those platforms but won't give me ideas and thoughts of ways can make an impact and how legacy and why the not considered thank you guys so much. It was so great to meet you. Thank you for everything we say. And i thank you so few weeks later i went where i typically go to find new tack the san francisco bay area and true silicon valley tradition. Where did i find innovator. Really thinking about this problem in his garage. Hello are you there dad. In two thousand and sixteen james host recorded twenty hours of interviews with his father who had just been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. James eventually transcribed the interviews so that they would be searchable and then he used that transcript to create a chat bot that responds to messages with text audio and photos. Think of it. Like a customer service by james types inquiries on his computer and bought replies with passages from those interviews sometimes. They're accompanied by an audio clip or a photo he lovingly called it. Dad bought Did you meet mom. Mom was reversal after the rehearsal morning. So why did you ultimately decide to make that by. I wanted to make the dad. But because i wanted to have a way to get at my dad's story and has got better at the programming part of it. I started to think more and more about capturing some of his personality and his way of being in the world watch from the sky the look i love that song. I liked that one myself. Do you interact with your dad via the pretty often. It's like oh this have him sing one of his songs or tell one of his jokes and per them all before but there's something in hearing his voice. That's that's comforting was. James has experienced making dad bought. That made him wanna give everyone a similar opportunity in the fall of twenty nineteen. He started a company called hereafter. Ai
Interview With Cindy Crawford, supermodel
"Today. Cindy crawford joins me on skimmed from the couch. She needs no introduction. But i will give her one anyways. Her decades long modeling career catapulted her to global supermodel status and she is also a business woman as the founder of the skin. Care brand meaningful beauty. Cindy thank you so much for joining me. Welcome to skimp from the couch. Thanks for having me. It feels very weird to even. Try to do an intro for you. Everyone knows who you are a very good job. Thank you was short sweet. We skim here so skim your resume do the quick skim at on you. Wow let's see let's go way back student. Ben worked in the cornfields cleaned. Houses worked in a clothing store. Senior of high school started modeling. My freshman year in college Northwestern but continued to model in chicago dropped out of college to pursue modeling in a more. You know fulltime way. When i was twenty. I moved to new york. And that's really where my career took off. And from there you know i think modeled but also paid attention and so eventually i was able to start doing some of my own projects and having my own voice and i think being excited about fat part of modeling is what has enabled me to do it for so long and still be enthusiastic about it today. As i was from the very beginning. You know obviously many wikipedia. Google searches to come up on you. What is something that we wouldn't be able to find out about you will. Oh i hopefully alive know. Because i don't think there's part of your everyday life just isn't not that you are ashamed of it. It just doesn't make into public. Consumption was funny. I was having this conversation with my son the other day about fame and you know a lot of times. I think for children of famous people. That's a lot of pressure on them. And i was saying. I hope you're not proud of need for being famous. Like fame is just a byproduct of what i do I hope you're proud of me for blah blah blah. So it's i think it's all those little things like being a good friend being a good sister being a good daughter. I like to bake. I mean some of these things. I probably have randomly mentioned in interviews but like they don't come up. If you google my name so i can start in the beginning of your career. Which is is you mentioned like really young and had career with once in a lifetime career opportunities in front of you. How did your family think about pursuing these while. I have jokingly say but it actually isn't really a joke that you know when i was a kid. I don't think the average girl thought about modeling as a really. I didn't even know it was a real job. You know i mean. I think i got teen vogue. And i knew who phoebe cates was in brook shields but other than that. It was never something a girl from a small town in illinois would have thought about and then at one point. I was approached by the local photographer in our small town and he took pictures of everything from like a burnt down house to a homecoming parade and he saw me like at high school football game and he asked to photograph me and my parents insisted on accompanying me on. That photo shoots Was some kind of pre vet. I little step kind of led to another step led to another step. But i think you know. My parents were rightly concerned accompanied me when i went to chicago for the first time and when i met with modeling agencies and then finally i think they started getting a little more comfortable with you know they. They let me do some stuff on my own. I think my dad thought it was a nice word for prostitution to be honest with you like he. He didn't really understand. And then also like coming from a blue collar family and like my beginning. Modeling rate was seventy five dollars an hour very quickly. I was making more money than that. My parents and i think that that was confusing for them and didn't quite understand anthem. Certain jobs that just pay like a stupid amount of money. It's not like that. I work harder. Necessarily i mean i work hard but i've done jobs like picking corn for twelve hours a day. That is much harder than modeling.
Don't expect business travel to bounce back anytime soon, start-up founders say
"Of doing business may never get back to what they looked like pre pandemic before, For example, do airlines really need a business class? If nobody's flying on business? Microsoft co founder Bill Gates says more than 50% of business travel. Will disappear even after the pandemic is over, he says. Going forward, there's going to be a very high bar for the approval of business trips and other companies have figured out working from home is feasible for most employees. Cates also believe that once the pandemic ends more than 30% of days in the office will be a thing of the past. Once
Threatening emails sent to Florida voters linked to overseas servers
"Who said some threatening e mails to voters, though those emails threatening dozens of would be Democratic voters, mostly in Florida, were attributed to the proud boys hate group. The messages could be tracked back to some overseas server, CBS News determined The e mails originated from an I P address linked to servers located in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates in Estonia, But experts say it's not clear who was behind the stunt. Enrique Taro, a proud boy leader, said Tuesday that the group wasn't involved and that he didn't know who sent the e mails. He said he's been in contact with the lateral county supervisor of elections. As well as the FBI out of CBS is Graham Cates. The
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"cates" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Hey what part of Michigan you know. What's it's a good restaurant to go to? And they recommend to go there you know rather than what the local recommended. It's there's just something about when you have something in common with people. There's just a little bit more trust. It just seems to be human nature and I guess that could be misplace. You have to be careful but it's just it's just the way it works. So that's why it's so important to do a little research before you reach out to people There's a lot of reasons why do that. One is say you're more relevant. Went another is because you have that in common which creates trust. Another is to make sure that that you know a little something about and they see that you're actually taking the time that this isn't just a copy and Paste Lincoln campaign that you paid some kid you know ten cents a name to do So one of the things things I found by the way And I kind of stumbled on this actually on how to make lengthy and work a little bit better is is a series of really really easy yeses in other words. Sometimes people ask too much like if you reach out to someone linked in and and let's say you're doing her all right. You have something in common and all that but if you're I request is to schedule a phone call at usually too big of es for I ranger and so you've got to think of what's what is a smaller thing that I can offer that they might be interested in. That's easy for them to say yes to which is maybe sending them something checklist You know if you if you're a real estate agent could be you know how to make sure you select the real estate agents is or how to price your home properly for the market so something of value something simple and easy to consume so it's a series of very small easy yeses S.'s. Until people get a feel for you and then it's it's easier to go for the big you know it's like dating right. You know you you go out in the first time Um you just you know your your Google is each other the second time you go out and maybe hold hands maybe not maybe a way to the third day you know but it's it's a series awesome small yeses and a lot of folks go to too far too fast basically like the first date and you've got the you know the wedding ring in your pocket and you're proposing to the girl and she. She's struggling going through her phone. Trying to remember what your name is and you know you real. She's he's really hoping that you will pay for dinner so she can try to glance at your credit card and you know maybe she'll jokingly grab it say I'm GonNa use this for later. Ha Ha and then she looks looks at the car just to get your name in. I'm not. I'm not trying to give anybody any hints. But the these are some tips and techniques. If you can't remember bird year of Now if it's your kid or your spouse you're on your own for figuring that out but the end of the day. Yeah it's it it again it. I do that unlinked into if I you know if I'm connecting with somebody with obviously you know hopes to maybe connect with them down the road. It's it's just you know. Get to know what you know what. Their interests are cinnamon article or a worksheet. Her our subject matter or and ask him you. What's what's keeping them you know? Just whatever the whatever feels right. Yes it's individualistic okay. Yeah you've got six thousand Lincoln connections and you're you're are hoping that you're going to land some of them as clients. Don't don't do a broadcast. That's that's just spam But you know the one on one the in be different You'RE GONNA have more work than you'll know what to do with if you can differentiate and and connect with people at a level that they wanna be connected at no no no question so bill. Where can people find out more about you? In the Austin work that you're done why portray asking We've got a couple of things as we got a A new guy that all your.
"cates" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"If you don't If they refer if they make introductions than they may not be the right ones and then either you're gonNA take on business. You shouldn't which is my mind lose lose situation and Or you're you're going to not get any of the right people can any at all. You GotTa make sure that people know so what I like to do And recommend is early in a new relationship is to teach our prospects teach our clients customers who we serve the best. So it Michael. Could you know it could be something like this. You know Michael as we work together. It's you know it's possible you may identify other folks that you think should be aware of the work. I do ruin Gossip that ever comes up and you feel like introducing me I. It's wonderful I'm never too busy to see if I could be a resource for others and if you don't mind Miami share with you kind of our who we serve the best these days who are businesses geared towards an. It's people much like yourself and then that adoption and I compliment them mm-hmm and then keep going. So I'm I'm planting the seed for the possibility of introductions bought and by educating you on who I served the best so that's one way to do it another way to do. It is if someone thinks of someone. And you're there Were you bring it up and ask for introductions you still want to qualify. You Still WanNa say talk about your friend. Let's talk about your past business partner and see if it makes sense for us to be talking you know never assume it's the right match always being a qualifying fine mode and by being qualify mode number. One you're going to Increase the chances of getting introduced to the right people. And you're teaching. You're educating your referral sources at the same time So it it's basically about being comfortable and confident in the space of referrals referrals. And introductions is how you get the right once and seeing yourself as a connector. You're someone who connects others. You help them to connection and you get connected and you get connected to the right people so we also asked about you know you know asking for referrals and Handy get into that place ace of being comfortable. A lot of people aren't comfortable. That's one of the reasons I'm in business. And they don't they don't WanNa look need. They don't WANNA look like they're pushing Tall all that kind of stuff and so What we have to understand is this isn't rocket science This is really just just a matter of being confident in one of the things I try to do. The work that I do is help people become more confident around this So if you want we can we. We can jump into that what it looks like. You know how you know how we might ask someone that right. Yeah definitely a good. So here's here's the here's the best way to ask for a referral slash introductions and make a distinction real quick. I'm using the word referrals and introductions interchangeably but What we really want is to get introduced right? We want an introduction. We the the old referred leave the old call George use. My name doesn't work so only more because George doesn't pick up his phone Georgia's wondering why their friend gave their name out to someone they don't know and and so it just doesn't work so we gotta get connected to. It could be in person. It could be with an email introduction as a lot of different ways it connected so everyone listening to this interview right. Now when you're with a prospect or a client or a center of influence please use the word introductions Let's talk about who you might be able to introduce me to or no. Let's talk about how you introduce Laura. So she feels comfortable with this. And so it's all the word introductions with that sad I go back and forth a little bit so the best way to do. This is to identify people in your clients slides. Who could be candidates for the work? You do see the mistake that people make when they asked they usually throw it open to the whole universe. They'll say who do you know we can help. And they don't picture anybody in their minds I and they go on and I'll give it some thought. I'll let you know or from your cards. I'll hear him with me or whatever and so it doesn't usually fizzles and here's the deal. You can't be introduced everybody. You can only be introduced to somebody so the Bullseye in in all of this is coming to the conversation with one or two or three specific individuals you know your referral source knows and it could be from paying attention and previous meetings too you know. They're they're how you met them and who they know and what circles a move in it depends on the nature of your business is going to change a little bit depending on Your Business Model You could look on Lincoln Dan. You could look in a directory of their Industry Association if they sit on the board of directors of an industry association but quite often Our clients will mention other people all and we just put it in our inventory. There's we create an inventory a possible introductions for any given client and that's the bull's eye that's the easiest most comfortable comfortable most effective way. How do you feel about introduced me to Paul Jones Right So on target. That's the bullseye. This the next ring out on the target could be categories and every business is different so every business has different categories but Think you think of the business you have. And what are the types of the events Life events business events. Were things going on in. Your prospects lives and business that might make their radar. You know a little more receptive to learning about you. And those are the kind of categories I am talking about so I do a lot of work with financial advisors financial professionals and so One of the categories they think about is money in motion. Someone is inheriting or selling a business. This some sort of money in motion and obviously someone who has money in motion is maybe going to have their radar out for financial advisor may be a have one. But they're not really thrilled with who they're working with and now they got this big chunk of money in motion. Now's the time may be considered someone else in these types of categories gorey's every business has Is is not the bulls eye but it's pretty darn close and it's another way to go so so the key here in in this requests for introductions really is coming prepared not winging it not throwing open to the whole universe thinking through. Who Do? I know this person knows who are they connected with And then taking it from that spot I love the introduction component of it because yeah people here referral and they. They have a thought process about that. But an an introduction is just an introduction. There's no there's no obligation it's okay. Let's let's have a conversation and when you're introduced news to somebody or someone is GonNa be introduced you once you know that you're GonNa have you know a conversation in one of the things that I do. That makes a big difference. I think is get to know who that person is. You know it's with online access and everything like that. It's not difficult to find out about something of course in the conversation conversation. And you you alluded to this earlier you know get to know you know. Why are you introducing me to this person or why? Why did you think give this person? What's what's going on? And and their their lives or their organization where you think I'm going to be able to help them. Yes so that way. When you're having in that conversation with a group or that individual you already have a basic understanding of a pain point that they have if you go in and start talking with that person with the I already understand your pain points and we just met all of the sudden it that it just takes off several layers of okay? I don't really know this person. It's more of A. Wow bill gets me. Bill knows what I'm going through. All right I I I like bill and now getting to know them and an okay. Now I'm getting to trust him. And and when when you have the know like entrust kick in then the the world's Basically okay let's let's see how we can work together and and and make things better for everybody involved. Yes I mean what what you just mentioned is is why referrals slash introductions work. It's borrowed trust. We borrow the trust in one relationship long enough. Turn our own trusted Austin in a new relationship and You know you hit on something I think is very important A kind of a magical question that I've been teaching for a long time time What's going on in his life for life their life? Whoever you're getting introduced the what's going on in their life? It's important to them right now. Or what's is going on in their business is important to them right now if you're doing B. Two B. and Whatever that is whatever is you know the forefront of their life or business radar eight are should be the reason forgetting introduced This is why you're getting introduced. This is your approach to them. there's two types of research we can do. There's cold research which is going to their linked in profile their website page. And all that. And that's good that can be very valuable bowl research and then there's warm research which is the information that you can only learn from someone who knows them in this case your referral furrow source and so Asking those types of questions. Here's another question it's nice to ask is what do you like or admire about them. Or what do you respect aspect about them and they'll tell you sometimes things you have in common and it's just you you're going to start off in a better place right. And why is this important. Because that's one of the biggest factors are dynamics. Going on marketing and attracting people into our world is empathy. Our prospects need to get the sense that we know them. This is one of the ways we set ourselves apart a little bit. This is how we cut through the noise and get their attention is the fact tracked. We know them a little bit narrowing. Our market will help us do that as well. But what we learned from our referral source will help us and how we get introduced based on that and how we follow up is so that whole concept of empathy is is pretty critical now. What's what's the fastest line? straightest line aligned to relevance in in someone else's world right in in in your best prospect with the fastest way to be relevant to them mel introduction from someone when they trust there are other ways to become relevant but without question. That's the fastest. And when we couple that with some research it's a very powerful combination again it takes it takes the business out of it because everybody. There's always that whenever you get a a sales inquiry or something like that. You're you're is kind of role or you know for linked in for example you connect with somebody and then you did you set the countdown timer for the sales pitch a three to one and all of a sudden. It's like forty paragraphs long and you're going look you know. I took three semesters of typing in highschool for two reasons number one because I knew that learning to type faster would probably serve me and my career which I was spot on in two. Typically I would be the only boy in the class so And as a high school kid did. That's not a bad thing. So I mean you know statute of limitations I've been outta school long enough won't get in trouble for that but again. It's it's one of those things where in eighteen paragraphs or whatever and the email and you're like okay that was the cut and paste okay. That wasn't tailored to me. They they didn't. There's no way they had enough time to look at my profile. Know who I am And here they are you know pimping their their grow your linked in connection one thing or get Okay you're going about it in a wrong way type of thing so yet. It's almost the point where the connection. I'm like Oh yeah they're going to. They're looking for something it's like. They don't think they really want to get to know me because they're burned out or stressed or anything like that. It's something completely different. So it's the same thing you know when you get an introduction to somebody you have a conversation as human beings we we we seek to understand each other and figure out. Okay where some commonalities could could be. Hey you know we both like the same sports teams or we both frequent the same restaurants or we we've both been to a particular resort resort somewhere in. You know there's people long for those commonalities to make us feel like we're not the only person that's ever gone to those places so when when you get that it just it makes the conversation more humanistic. I guess is a good way to put it. In all likelihood you know it increases the likelihood of if there is a way to work together you will well we we trust people more. We tend to With whom we we have something in common so gosh. I can't remember where I read this. 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"cates" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back I've got bill kates. It's the referral coach on the line. Hey Bill how are you. I'm doing great my hair you I am awesome awesome great to have you on the show. You are an all star when it comes to relationship relationship marketing and all things and in helping organizations really figure out that ever lasting challenge of how do I get the clients and and it's all about relationships. So tell us your backstory. How you got into the business and you know one of the common mistakes you see many of us Happen in in do when we're we're trying to grow businesses through marketing shirl. I've been On my own businesses businesses for over over forty years and had a couple of book publishing companies. They sold those businesses eventually and was looking for the next thing to do and I just liked the idea of of learning and and synthesizing and then sharing what I learned with are the people. So I got into this business of consulting and writing and speaking and coaching and All geared towards helping folks grow their business through referrals introductions How we talk about our value proposition in all those aspects that that I kind of put under the banner of relationship marketing? Because it's all about the relationship and it doesn't mean that you know digital marketing can't fit under under relationship marketing. It can if you do it. The Right Way Without question and the biggest mistake I think one of the biggest mistakes that I see it is a lot of business. Owners and professionals are not focused and dedicated and committed to bringing hanging in their new business based on how their prospects their clients would prefer to meet them. Now there is. We get enamored with social media. We get enamored with all kinds of ideas But having someone really WanNa meet US right Are they really gonNA WANNA meet us to facebook AD. That won't maybe you know I mean it can work So that's one of the biggest ones. And then I guess the other one in an off shut up on this locally of mine is that in a lot of folks confuse or when. Something's not working as well as they'd like it to be working. The first thing they do is they just they throw more tactics at the situation. You know maybe I need to do this or that. But when really could be strategy and the principles they're following aren't right sound in the first place so there's a two two main things icy yeah. There's a lot of gold in there. We'll dive into some of those things. You know the the last thing you had mentioned about okay. Something's not working all right. Let's just throw some stuff at a a good analogy that I use a lot of times as you. You have a house and you have a leaky roof. So what what you do is the proper way to do it is strip off the shingles get down to the woods. See if Thor's problems with the would Replace either you know a few of the beams or maybe after place the whole roof To address the leak take but you know the example you gave is basically well. We'll just put more shingles on and that'll stop it and next thing you know you've got like five layers ears of shingles and you still have a problem. You've got something that underneath a still isn't working you. You've got all this extra stuff. That's not helping anything anything at all. And it's I think that's a communist state that a lot of businesses make is they they think well. This is the way to do it. I'm going to do it. FACEBOOK ADS for example. Okay I'm GonNa just go crazy on facebook ads and spend a bunch of money on it without really knowing who their who their client truly is in love. Love the analogy you gave this. How does your customer want to be reached? DO THEY WANNA be reached face to face. Phone Call Postcard facebook Eh over coffee storefront could be a lot of different things but putting all your eggs in into one basket and expecting all of of your customers to be there when you may not even know if they go there is Is a big thing and I think. A lot of people have made Mr Doc Berg very very wealthy because of you know adds that quite frankly didn't work because they weren't targeted in the right way and the main you know for some cases they may not be the right platform for people to be advertising on in the first place his true so when when you encounter a business that is struggling with their marketing and they've got a rock solid product or service that make sense. It's like yeah. This should do well in the marketplace place. What are some of the first things you do to kind of help them have a little bit more awareness on what they should be approaching in some in different techniques that they should really be open to and engaging you know potential clients then obviously strengthening the the client relationships they already have? Yeah the first thing I I I look at is that the match of the product service to the market You know e- is have they pick the right market. Who Do they have a well? Defined market is too broad You know a lot of businesses. Make the mistake of thinking or airing on the side of being broader Not Wanting to give up some segments of the market. But the problem is when you do that it actually weakens is your value. Proposition weakens your messaging. And so you end up having week messaging that's not as targeted and is not as successful. Now it doesn't mean you you can't go after a broad market but usually you want to defy at divide your market into subdivisions. And so you don't go after everybody not all the same way And it's almost little business units within your business so that's the first thing I look at is are they matching the right product with the right market. Get what's the problem they solve and I would I remember. I'm writing a new book now around this and I I was talking to a very successful venture. Capitalists the getting Michael Scott in In the Boston area. And he says to me says what do you think is that the number one failure of of Of small businesses and feeling kind of cocky is world you know not having the right market. He says not the second reason I guess again. I said I don't eat tummy's not knowing what problem they solve or not solving a big enough problem and and if the problem isn't big enough isn't urgent. Enough is in critical enough so he makes distinction between an aspirational problem. Critical problem and a lot of times were were you know when we Market to opportunities. There's usually a problem underlying an opportunity. But it's aspirational it's nice to do. It's not much to do but when you have a product service that's targeted towards critical. The problems. Things that must be solved is a timeline to it. There's some government regulations. Whatever you're in a much stronger position so I look at what problem you know? Is this business trying to solve. Is it a critical problem. And the other thing I look at is does the does the customer the Perspective customer summer. No they have the problem because if they don't know they have the problem now. You're doing what MICA calls missionary selling. It's it's you got to go deeper. I mean you can't do it you can but you've got to find ways to quickly exposed that problem so you have someone who's going to stay with you and and talk to you about it but it you know if you haven't What he would call a A latent aspirational problem right. They don't know they have it and it's not really that critical. You're going nowhere. So are you solving the right problem. Is it a big enough problem. nuts one of the things that that we like to talk about to as you know a lot of business. The owners are enamored with their product and service. And that's okay. There's nothing wrong with that. But because of that they they see everything through their own is not through their prospects or customers is and sa- crucial thing and many of us consultants will get into a business because they brought us in to help Alpe with a problem and we get in there and we lift up the Rock and we look underneath that rock and we go. ooh Wow and it's it's our it's our duty to bring to their attention but and do it in a way where it's not like you said you know missionary selling but it's okay. Yes we're here on this but I've discovered this and based on my experiences when you address this it will correct at these other things as well. DO WE WANNA look at this now or should we finish what you brought me four and then we can circle back to this at some point. Unless there's something in there that would make your work next to impossible to accomplish. Because of whatever's festering underneath this rock then again you you circa will let you modify the scope a bit because the last thing you want to do and it does you know bring you know. Some bad will basically to a lot of consultants says they'll go in and they'll say up. We're going to go in and do this but we know they've got this and will will up. Solomon we'll beat will be set for a while and that's that's not that's it's not the way to go about business and it doesn't. It doesn't get you referrals. It doesn't and that's again you know. One of the you know the best. The best forms of of advertising in my opinion is referrals because it builds in the know like entrust factor and when you get a referral from a business they go. Oh well if if if they're dumb enough to hire you. I guess I'm dumb enough to so yeah. I definitely want to dive into the on the referral side of things. You know in the things I find about that is it. It cuts through a lot of the investigative things when you get a referral from a colleague colleague or a similar organization. That's you know has some challenges earlier or issues that your organization does so how. How do you coach coach businesses to give you the right referral? And that's a big thing. 'cause I've got referrals from time to time and and you know sometimes I feel like okay. You gave me a referral to teach us individual how to Ballroom dance and I can barely do left left to right So I'm not the right person for this but you know how do you. How do you coach people on on the fine art of referrals? In what what. What's the best way is to you know to one to get them and and also to to provide them sure? Well there's there's a lot you put in there and we got unpacked so You know the first thing you ask was how do you make sure you get referred to the right people and That's all about teaching teaching your referral source Of who you serve the best and so first of all number one you better know that Who deserves the best? Who is your persona? Who is your ideal client in a book? Come running now I call it a right fit client and so knowing who you serve the best knowing who you're trying to to To pursue if you will attract your business is is critical and you WanNa teach your referral sources because.
"cates" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back I've got bill kates. It's the referral coach on the line. Hey bill our I'm doing great how are you. I am awesome. Awesome great to have you on the show. You are an all star when it comes to relationship relationship marketing and all things and in helping organizations really figure out That ever lasting challenge of how do I get the clients and and it's all about relationships. So tell us your backstory. How you got into the business and you know one of the common mistakes you see many of us Happen in in do when we're we're trying to grow businesses through marketing shirl. I've been On my own businesses businesses for over over forty years and had a couple of book publishing companies. They sold those businesses eventually and was looking for the next thing to do and I just liked the idea of of learning and and synthesizing and then sharing what I learned with are the people. So I got into this business of consulting and writing and speaking and coaching and All geared towards helping folks grow their business through referrals introductions How we talk about our value proposition in all those aspects that that I kind of put under the banner of relationship marketing? Because it's all about the relationship and it doesn't mean that you know digital marketing can't fit under under relationship marketing. It can if you do it. The right way Without question and the biggest mistake I think one of the biggest mistakes that I see it is a lot of business. Owners and professionals are not focused and dedicated and committed to bringing hanging in their new business based on how their prospects their clients would prefer to meet them nother is we get enamored with social media. We get enamored with all kinds of ideas But having someone really WanNa meet US right Are they really gonNA WANNA meet us to facebook AD. That won't maybe you know I mean it can work So that's one of the biggest ones in the I. Guess the other one in an off shut up on this locally of mine is that in a lot of folks confuse or when when something's not working as well as they'd like it to be working the first thing they do is they just they throw more tactics at the situation. You know maybe I need to do this or that. But when really could be strategy and the principles they're following aren't right sound in the first place so there's a two two main things icy yeah. There's a lot of gold in there. We'll dive into some of those things. You know the the last thing you had mentioned about okay. Something's not working right. Let's just throw some stuff at a a good analogy that I use a lot of times as you. You have a house and you have a leaky roof. So what what you do is the proper way to do it is strip off the shingles get down to the woods. See if slurs problems with the would Replace either you know a few of the beams or maybe after place the whole roof To address the leak AAC but you know the example you gave is basically well. We'll just put more shingles on and that'll stop it and next thing you know you've got like five layers ears of shingles and you still have a problem. You've got something that underneath a still isn't working you. You've got all this extra stuff. That's not helping anything anything at all. And it's I think that's a communist state that a lot of businesses make is they they think well this is the way to do do it. I'm going to do it. FACEBOOK ADS for example. Okay I'm GonNa just go crazy on facebook ads and spend a bunch of money on it without really knowing who their who their client truly is in love. I love the analogy. You gave this. How does your customer want to be reached? DO THEY WANNA be reached face to face. Phone Call Postcard facebook Eh over coffee storefront could be a lot of different things but putting all your eggs in into one basket and expecting all of of your customers to be there when you may not even know if they go there is Is a big thing and I think. A lot of people have made Mr Doc Berg very very wealthy because of you know adds that quite frankly didn't work because they weren't targeted in the right way and the main you know for some cases they may not be the right platform for people to be advertising on in the first place his true so when when you encounter a business that is struggling with their marketing and they've got a rock solid product or service that make sense. It's like yeah. This should do well in the marketplace place. What are some of the first things you do to kind of help them have a little bit more awareness on what they should be approaching in some in different techniques that they should really be open to and engaging you know potential clients then obviously strengthening the the client relationships they already have? Yeah the first thing I I I look at is that the match of the product service to the market You know I it is a have they pick the right market. Who Do they have a well? Defined market is too broad You know a lot of businesses. Make the mistake of thinking or airing on the side of being broader Not Wanting to give up some segments of the market. But the problem is when you do that it actually weakens is your value. Proposition weakens your messaging. And so you end up having week messaging that's not as targeted and is not as successful. Now it doesn't mean you you can't go after a broad market but usually you want to defy at divide your market into subdivisions. And so you don't go after everybody not all the same way And it's almost little business units within your business so that's the first thing I look at is are they matching the right product with the right market. Get what's the problem they solve and I would I remember. I'm writing a new book now around this and I I was talking to a very successful venture. Capitalists the getting Michael squawk in In the Boston area. And he says to me says what do you think is that the number one failure of of Of small businesses and feeling kind of cocky is world you know not having the right market. He says not the second reason I guess again. I said I don't eat tummy's not knowing what problem they solve or not solving a big enough problem and and if the problem isn't big enough isn't urgent. Enough is in critical enough so he makes distinction between an aspirational problem. Critical problem and a lot of times were were you know when we Market to opportunities. There's usually a problem underlying an opportunity. But it's aspirational it's nice to do. It's not much to do but when you have a product service that's targeted towards critical uh-huh problems. Things that must be solved is a timeline to it. There's some government regulations. Whatever you're in a much stronger position so I look at what problem you know? Is this business trying to solve. Is it a critical problem. And the other thing I look at is does the does the customer the Perspective Customer Smer. No they have the problem because if they don't know they have the problem now. You're doing what MICA calls missionary selling. It's it's you got to go deeper. I mean you can't do it you can but you've got to find ways to quickly exposed that problem so you have someone who's GonNa stay with you and and talk to you about it but it you know if you haven't What he would call a A latent aspirational problem right. They don't know they have it and it's not really that critical. You're going nowhere. So are you solving the right problem. Is it a big enough problem. nuts one of the things that that we like to talk about to as you know a lot of business. The owners are enamored with their product and service. And that's okay. There's nothing wrong with that. But because of that they they see everything through their own is not through their prospects or customers is and sa- crucial thing and many of us consultants will get into a business because they brought us in to help Alpe with a problem and we get in there and we lift up the rock and we look underneath that rock and we go. ooh Wow and it's it's our it's our duty to bring to their attention but and do it in a way where it's not like you said you know missionary selling but it's okay. Yes we're here on this but I've discovered this and based on my experiences when you address this it will correct the other things as well. DO WE WANNA look at this now or should we finish what you brought me four and then we can circle back to this at some point. Unless there's something in there that would make your work next to impossible to accomplish. Because of whatever's festering underneath this rock then again you you we say okay. We'll let you modify the scope a bit because the last thing you want to do and it does you know bring you know. Some bad will basically to a lot of consultants says they'll go in and they'll say up. We're going to go in and do this but we know they've got this and will will up. Solomon we'll beat will be set for a while and that's that's not that's it's not the way to go about business and it doesn't. It doesn't get you referrals. It doesn't and that's again you know. One of the you know the best. The best forms of of advertising in my opinion is referrals because it builds in the know like entrust factor and when you get a referral from a business they go. Oh well if if if they're dumb enough to hire you. I guess I'm dumb enough to so yeah. I definitely want to dive into the on the referral side of things. You know in the things I find about that is it. It cuts through a lot of the investigative things when you get a referral from a colleague colleague or a similar organization. That's you know has some challenges earlier or issues that your organization does so how. How do you coach coach businesses to give you the right referral? And that's a big thing. 'cause I've got referrals from time to time and and you know sometimes I feel like okay. You gave me a referral to teach us individual how to Ballroom dance and I can barely do left left to right So I'm not the right person for this but you know how do you. How do you coach people on on the fine art of referrals? In what what. What's the best way is to you know to one to get them and and also to to provide them sure? Well there's there's a lot you put in there and we got unpacked so You know the first thing you ask was how do you make sure you get referred to the right people and That's all about teaching teaching your referral source Of who you serve the best and so first of all number one you better know that Who deserves the best? Who is your who is your ideal client in a book? Come running now I call it a right fit client and so knowing who you serve the best knowing who you're trying to to To pursue if you will attract your business is is critical and you.
"cates" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
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"cates" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
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"cates" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"cates" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"cates" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
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